When snack time begins at 3 p.m at Fukasawa Mill Nursery School, expectant children come running into the lunchroom where nutritionist Tomoko Ikeda waits, asking, "What are we having today?"
Ever since she was an elementary school student, Ikeda loved to eat and also observe her mother cooking. After studying cooking in high school, she gained certification as a nutritionist at a vocational school. She thought that she could make it a "job for life."
Visitors to an aquarium in Numazu, a port city south-west of Tokyo, are getting a charge out of a strange display - 2 uncommon remote ocean angle that were gotten in adjacent Suruga Bay.
A illustrative of the aquarium says the red, prolonged fish are likely Natsushima choujagenge, a kind of eelpout found in Sagami Bay, south of Tokyo, 8 years ago.